EducationMS, University of Iowa, 2013
BS, Washington University in St Louis, 2012
Emphasizes engineering and statistics as forces for equity and social justice
Teaching focusTucker Krone's current passion focuses on integrating community engagement, social justice, equity, diversity and inclusion into both technical and non-technical engineering courses.
Tucker Krone joined the faculty in McKelvey Engineering at WashU in 2017. From 2012 to 2017, Tucker was a graduate student at the University of Iowa where he worked as a Lead Biostatistician on a Phase 2 clinical trial. He is an active member in both ASA and ENAR professional societies.
In addition to teaching courses, Tucker is a member of a EDI Working Group and the PhD Student Professional Development group within the McKelvey School of Engineering, as well as the campus wide Health and Wellness Committee. Tucker’s background as a WashU BME alumna inspires him to stay involved on campus; he serves as a faculty adviser for the oSTEM student group, mentor for the McKelvey Engineering Mentor Program, and Faculty Associate for first-year students.
Tucker loves WashU so much, he decided to come back and teach! He hopes to inspire and motivate the next generations of engineers. He's a member of the LGBTQIA+ community.